IMPROVED DESIGN FOR ASSET HISTORY SUMMARY CARDS
When mapping asset history, you will now find that the summary cards have a cleaner design that will take up less space, giving more screen real estate to the map and grid. The Harsh Events card will have a red left edge if it shows any count above zero to make it stand out.
CLEARING ALL TRACKING FILTERS AFTER MAPPING HISTORY
When you have mapped asset history and want to clear the results, you now can select Clear All in the Selected Filters row above the map to clear both the history and other selected filters, and you will be returned to Live tracking.
VISUALLY INDICATING YOUR USE OF AN ASSET HISTORY BOUNDARY SEARCH
On the Tracking screen, when you map an asset’s history in a certain area (also called a boundary search), you will now see “Boundary” as one of the filters above the map. You can remove the boundary by closing this filter (or clear this and any other filters you’ve applied, such as Dates, by clicking Clear All).
IMPROVED TRACKING GRID AND MAP INTERACTION
On the Tracking screen, when you click an event’s row in the grid (whether in Live or Asset History mode), the map will zoom to the selected event. Subsequent grid row clicks will stay in the current map view if their events are within the displayed region (or move to the new area if not).
IMPROVED DEFAULT VIEW ON THE TRACKING SCREEN
When the Tracking screen loads results, it defaults to a map view that will show all the assets in your selected group/filter. Previously, the zoom level would leave extraneous white space around the map; now, the default view will be zoomed in a factor so that the white space is minimized but all the assets are still visible.